11. Marge Ignores/Forgets Bart’s Food Allergy
Bart Simpson has several severe food allergies, including peanut shrimp and butterscotch (as well as imitation butterscotch). We learn about the latter allergy in “Blood Feud” (Season 2, Episode 22) when Marge mentions it, yet this fact is later contradicted when Marge offers to cook Bart a special butterscotch chicken dinner as a reward for a good dental checkup in “A Milhouse Divided” (Season 8, Episode 6). We don’t want to call Marge a bad mother, but forgetting about her son has a severe allergy to butterscotch of all things is a tad worrisome, to say the least.
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10. Brain & Nerve Tonic
Even the best episode of The Simpsons, “Homer at the Bat” (don’t @ us) contains a pretty big continuity error, though odds are you never even noticed it. During the scene where Mr. Burns is introducing nerve tonic to his softball team, the “&” symbol on the ‘Brain & Nerve Tonic’ label flips around multiple times. First it’s facing backward, but when Burns pulls the bottle away it faces forward. Then, as he moves the bottle around while he’s talking, the “&” switches between facing forward and backward again, all in one shot!
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Ralph Wiggum is best known for offering dim-witted, non-sequitur material such as “I’m learnding!” and “Me fail English? That’s unpossible!” but his characterization has varied quite dramatically over the years, especially in the early seasons. This can be attributed to The Simpsons writers and animators still trying to figure certain characters out early on, but it’s still jarring to see Ralph’s appearance look quite different (the Season 1 episode “Moaning Lisa”) or even sound different.
In “Lisa’s Pony” (Season 3, Episode 8), Ralph can be seen cheering Lisa on as she rides by on her horse. When he replies to the boy next to him, Ralph’s voice sounds similar to Nelson Muntz’s, suggesting that even by the third season, the writers were still trying to figure Ralph out.
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